Publications, Inc. announces the publication of Creep + Fracture in High
Temperature Components: Design + Life Assessment Issues.
This book, the
second in a series, is an important compendium of European and worldwide research
creep, fatigue and failure behaviors in metals under high-temperature and other
stresses. Comprising over 110 fully refereed and not previously published papers,
this volume is
intended to help set the standards for coordinating creep data and for maintaining
quality in high-temperature metals and metal-based weldments. Areas of application
power generation, furnaces, pipes and tubes, and turbine components. Presentations
testing, as well as in-plant component performance of a variety of steels and
New information is presented for alloys that do not undergo Type IV cracking.
In addition, data
is offered for life assessment and long-term protection of metal-based assets
with special attention
paid to emerging applications of metals in nuclear power reactors and plants.
Publication was edited by I.A. Shibli, European Technology Development, Surrey,
S.R. Holdsworth, EMPA Materials Science & Technology, Dubendorf, Switzerland.
Main sections include:
- LIFE ASSESSMENT
- CREEP FATIGUE
- AUSTENITIC STEELS
- LOW ALLOY STEELS
- PHYSICAL DAMAGE ASSESSMENT
- DATA ASSESMENT
- MARTENSITIC STEELS
- Ni-BASE ALLOYS
- DEFECT ASSESSMENT
For in-depth information and table of contents on this book go to our web
www.destechpub.com or contact Michael Hauck, Marketing Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
or call toll free (866)-401-4337. Creep & Fracture in High Temperature Components:
Life Assessment Issues is published by DEStech Publications, Inc. , best known
publications in engineering and science. 1338 pages; 7x10 soft cover; ISBN: